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About the course

This course focuses on the understanding of Mexican Business Companies, with special attention to corporations (SA) and investment promotion corporations (SAPI). Aspects such as the corporate veil, shares, contributions and share series, corporate governance in family businesses, organic representation and powers, assemblies and summons and corporate responsibility will be discussed.


What sets us apart

What makes us different and better.


Course duration

24 hours! Live course by zoom.


Start of the course

February 14th! From Tuesday, February 14 to Thursday, March 23.


Course schedules

Tuesday and Thursday. Classes are taught from 6:00 - 8:00 PM, MX Central Time.



You will obtain an accreditation certificate issued by Lawgic through Certify.


on request

Everything is recorded. Classes are recorded and available to you.



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Course Corporate and Company Law



Prof. Jocelyn Armenta

She has a Law Degree from the Autonomous Technological Institute of Mexico (ITAM), with a specialty in Civil Law from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM).


Throughout herprofessional career, she has worked as a specialist in notarial, corporate and corporate law at CDMX notaries number 102, civil and commercial litigation at Romo & Romo, SC, CDMX Associate notaries 13 and 94.


She is currently in charge of the office and area of Corporate Law and Mercantile Companies at the notary 123 of Mexico City where she specializes in the creation and review of assemblies for the increase and decrease of share capital, transformations and integration of files and notices of the System of the Ministry of Economy.


Prof. Dulzura

Ruiz Fuentes

Graduated in Law from the Universidad Panamericana. She has two master's degrees, one in Criminal Law and the other in Amparo, as well as various certifications, diplomas, and specialties in topics related to Criminal Law and the accusatory procedural system conferred by academic institutions in Spain, the United States, Colombia, and Costa Rica. , Chile and Mexico.  


She is currently Managing Partner at González-Villalobos & Ruiz Asesores. In 2020, she was an Evaluating Judge in the VII National Oral Litigation Competition and is part of the Mexican Bar Association. 


Prof. Ricardo S. Rodríguez Vera

Lawyer from the University of Guadalajara, and Master of Laws from the Pan-American University with honors; Specialized in Criminal Law from the Graduate School of the University of Guadalajara.


He is Public Broker number 6 of Plaza de Jalisco and Notary Public 34 of Zapopan, fiat obtained by opposition. Professor at the School of Law of the University of Guadalajara in matters of civil contracts and amparo and amparo practice; He taught commercial contracts and special crimes at the same university in the Masters of Private Law and Criminal Law.


Prof. Alejandro Leal

Graduate in Law from the Universidad del Valle de México, and Master in Tax and Business Law from the Faculty of Law of the National Bar Association. 


He is founder and Managing Partner of América Legal and Chairman of the Board of Directors of Legal In Tech, S. de RL de CV. He is a professor at the Universidad Panamericana, where he teaches Customs Legislation, Tax Law, Administrative Law._cc781905-5cde- 3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_


His legal practice focuses on the creation of comprehensive tax strategies and litigation in defense of taxpayers.


Prof. Robert

ibarra lopez

Law degree from the Universidad Panamericana, degree obtained with honors. 

He has specialties in Civil Law, Obligations and Contracts as well as Constitutional Law and Amparo, from the Universidad Panamericana. Similarly, he has additional studies for a Baccalaureate in Classical Humanities from the Center for the Study of Humanities and Sciences in Salamanca, Spain.
He is currently a Founding Partner and Director of Strategic Litigation at Lawgic.


Prof. Elizabeth Rodríguez C.

Graduate in Law from the Universidad Panamericana, and Master in Commercial and Business Law from the same university, with a postgraduate degree in Law of Obligations, Contracts, and a postgraduate degree in Mercantile Companies. 


She is currently an associate attorney at Robles, Lazo, Gallardo y Valdez, where she works in the areas of Corporate, Public Faith, Industrial Property and Foreign Investment. In the same way, she is an Expert Translator authorized by the Judicial Council of the State of Jalisco. 


Elizabeth is a specialist in Corporate, Company and Notary Law, as well as Foreign Investment and Real Estate Law. 


Prof. Karen

Bibiana Camarena

Graduated in Law from the University of Guadalajara, with a master's degree in Business Law from the Universidad Panamericana.

Public Broker number 74 of Jalisco and president of the College of Public Brokers of the State of Jalisco. She is an expert translator specialized in the legal area of the English, French and Spanish languages, authorized by the Supreme Court of the State of Jalisco, the Council of the Judiciary of the State of Jalisco and the municipalities of various municipalities.


Prof. Alfredo Trujilleither

Alfredo Trujillo Betanzos has a law degree from the Escuela Libre de Derecho, with a degree of Specialist in Business Law from the National Autonomous University of Mexico, practicing professionally as Public Broker No. 65 of the plaza in Mexico City.

He is Managing Partner of the legal consulting and valuation firm TB&A.  He has been a lecturer on various topics related to Commercial Law and Valuation. He belongs to the Mexican Bar, Bar Association; College of Appraisers of Mexico; Mexican Institute of Finance Executives, and the College of Public Accountants of Mexico.

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Prof. Rafael Abascal

He has a degree in Law and a degree in Accounting and Public Finance, with a master's degree in Fiscal and Tax Strategies, an expert in corporate counseling and business litigation (civil, commercial, labor, administrative and fiscal).


Founder and CEO of “Alta Cultura Empresarial”, a firm specializing in the creation and comprehensive care of companies. 

He has worked within the public administration in the General Secretariat of the Government of the State of Oaxaca as Head of the Legal Department, and in the private sector as a consultant, attorney and representative of various companies in different areas of the industry, as well as in the chair Banking Law and Tax Law at the Vasconcelos University. 


Prof. Wendy G.

Perez R.

Graduate and Master in Law, with a PhD and specialties in constitutional law and legal research.

She is a specialist in Corporate Law and capital investment instruments, as well as in Venture Capital, an activity she develops at Redwood Ventures. She teaches Research Methodology, Corporate Law and investment instruments and has been elected synod, for multiple professional qualification exams.


Prof. Luz Maria

Tamez Pena

Luz María has more than twenty-five years of experience in the practice of corporate and corporate law, mergers and acquisitions, trusts, immigration law, and authorized donees. 

She collaborated in Bufete García Ruíz, SC, García Naranjo y Cantú, SC, Cantú Reus Abogados, SC and Cantú, Ramírez y Puga, SC, firms in which she worked on corporate law matters.


Likewise, she worked at the Notary Office number 30 of Mexico City and at the Ministry of Finance and Public Credit.


Prof. Luis Alonso Pérez Barraza

Graduated in Law from the Universidad Regiomontana and Master in Private Law from the same house of studies.

Lawyer, with executive training from the Ipade Business School. Specialist in Fiduciary Law with more than 20 years, both as deputy director of Fiduciary Promotion in Santander, as well as deputy trustee director of BanRegio. He is currently a Notary Public at Notary Public 143, in Nuevo León. He has been a teacher, lecturer and coordinator of the Congress "Where is Law going?".


Prof. Pedro

Zorrilla Montesinos

Master in Business Law from the Universidad Panamericana. Graduated in Law from the Autonomous University of Guadalajara. He completed postgraduate studies at the Universidad Panamericana, where he obtained specialties in Tax Law, Corporate and Economic Law, Contract Law and Corporate Law.

He currently serves as Managing Partner of the firm "Consultoría Empresarial Zorrilla & Asoc., SC"; where he works professionally as an advisor and consultant to various companies.


Meet theSyllabuswhat we develop for you


Course Corporate and Company Law

Roberto Ibarra Lopez

Session date:


Tuesday, February 14, from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (Mexico Central Time)

Session 1
Introduction to legal persons: the corporate veil

This first session will deal with the legal nature of legal entities and the types of legal entities that exist in Mexico and how they are related to the natural persons that compose them, as well as the concept of corporate veil and its importance in commercial law.

Pedro Zorrilla Montesinos

Session date:


Tuesday, February 21, from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (Mexico Central Time)

Session 3
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Shares, contributions, Treasury Shares

The capital in public limited companies is made up of shares and this session will focus on knowing in depth the shares, their legal nature and inherent rights, as well as the obligations and rights of shareholders, capital contributions and treasury shares.

Wendy Georgina Perez Rodriguez

Session date:


Tuesday, February 28, from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (Mexico Central Time)

Session 5
Convertible note and other investment instruments

Entrepreneurs and start-ups can receive investment from their shareholders but also from external sources and this session will address the explanation of various investment instruments used in corporations, such as the convertible note and future capitalization agreements.

Luz Maria
Tamez Pena

Session date:


Tuesday, March 7, from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (Mexico Central Time)

Session 7
Organic Representation, faculties and powers

Commercial companies are legal fictions that act through their representatives. In this session, the organic representation of commercial companies and various aspects of the granting of powers and mandates that allow accrediting and exercising the legal representation of the company will be studied.

Dulzura Ruiz Fuentes

Session date:


Tuesday, March 14, from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (Mexico Central Time)

Session 9
Crimes and Corporate Responsibility

Under the new criminal justice system, legal entities are true subjects of responsibility in relation to the commission of crimes. Topics such as the most common crimes committed by commercial companies and their representatives, how the company's responsibility is determined, and the legal and economic consequences for the company and its shareholders will be discussed.

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Perez Barraza

Session date:


Tuesday, March 21, from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (Mexico Central Time)

Session 11
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Stock Control Trust

The Trust is one of the most versatile contracts of Mexican law and its use and application in the corporate sphere constitutes a great tool for the management, administration and even transmission of the rights and duties of the partners after their death.

Ricardo S.
Rodriguez Vera

Session date:



Thursday, February 16, from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (Mexico Central Time)

Session 2
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Differences between SA, S de RL and SAPI

This session will explore the main differences between the different most common forms of companies that circulate in Mexican corporate legal traffic, especially corporations (SA), limited liability companies (S de RL) and investment promotion corporations. (SAPI).

Alfredo Trujillo

Session date:


Thursday, February 23, from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (Mexico Central Time)

Session 4
Damages eSAPI, share series and premium on shares in the property and deposit

This session will focus on specific aspects of investment promotion companies (SAPI) that are governed by the Securities Market Law. The rights of minority shareholders will be highlighted and it will deepen what they are and how the share series and share premiums work.

Karen Bibiana Camarena

Session date:


Thursday, March 2, from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (Mexico Central Time)

Session 6
Corporate governance

This session will analyze the concept of corporate governance as an instrument of best management practices and a real solution for the subsistence of family businesses, as well as practical aspects of its implementation in commercial companies in Mexico.

Jocelyn Armenta

Session date:


Thursday, March 9, from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (Mexico Central Time)

Session 8
Assemblies and Calls

In this session, the importance of shareholders' assemblies in Mexican commercial companies will be discussed. Topics such as the different types of assemblies, the procedure for calling them, the necessary quorum for them to be valid and the decisions that can be taken in them will be covered.

Alejandro Loyal

Session date:


Thursday March 16, from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (Mexico Central Time)

Session 10
Profits, capital withdrawals and payment to directors

This session will address financial and tax aspects of Mexican corporations, including how company profits and dividend payments are corporately declared, how they are distributed among shareholders, and how it is convenient to stipulate capital withdrawals and payments to directors and administrators.

Elizabeth Rodriguez Castellanos

Session date:


Thursday March 23, from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (Mexico Central Time)

Session 12
The Simplified Stock Company (SAS)

This session will present an introduction to the newest form of commercial company in Mexico: the Simplified Stock Company (SAS). Its structure, legal requirements, method of incorporation, how it differs from other common forms of commercial companies and its disadvantages will be discussed.

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